How ah-mazing would these taste right now ...
Healthy [but tasty] Banana & Oat Pancakes
Makes 6 pancakes, serves 2
What you will need :
1 tsp baking powder
How to make them :
Place all the pancake ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Otherwise whisk everything together in a tall jug. Stick it in the fridge for a while.
Remove the pancake mix from the fridge and whisk to loosen it a little.
Place a non-stick frying or griddle pan on a medium-low heat. Pour 2 large tablespoonfuls of the mix onto the pan, swirling into a circular shape.
Cook until bubbles appear on top then flip gently over.
Cook on the opposite side for 2 minutes and remove to a warm plate.
Repeat the above with the remaining mixture.
Stack your pancakes up and serve with a dollop of yoghurt, fresh fruit, a drizzle of nut butter, a sprinkle of seeds ... the possibilities are endless!
About PepsParner :
Chartered Physiotherapist, Food Blogger, Gaelic Footballer & Author
Sinéad is a Chartered Physiotherapist rotating her way through the varied clinical areas of a busy Dublin hospital with a special interest in injury prevention, rehabilitation and chronic disease management.
She has played Gaelic football at the highest standard representing her native county Tipperary for over 10 years and currently with her club Foxrock-Cabinteely.
Sinéad launched her food blog Delalicious in February 2015. Her philosophy on food is simple, nourish yourself cooking from scratch with wholesome, real food ingredients. During this short space of time, she has represented Ireland at the 2015 Cono Sur Food Bloggers Final, been named as a finalist for numerous national and international blogger awards and published her first cookbook; DELALICIOUS - A Full Plate For A Full Life; in April 2018.
Sinead often brings homemade cakes into the Pep office and the team love her for this!
Website : www.delalicious.com
Social : @delaliciousfood